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Develop Your Entrepreneurial Side

Video post featuring entrepreneur Unique Anderson of Vertis Performance Training.

It’s no stretch to say it, but starting your own personal training business really does involve a lot of heavy lifting. When you’re not busy finding clients or managing day-to-day operations and finances, you’ve got to find the motivation to motivate others. But if you’re passionate about the fitness lifestyle and possess the desire and talent to help people achieve their personal goals, the benefits of being a personal trainer/entrepreneur far outweigh the drawbacks.

We caught up with Unique Anderson at the Velocity Sports Performance Gym in Manhattan, to learn how she started her own solo operation, Vertis Performance Training. Watch as Unique shares some of what motivates her through long hours and hard work, as well as the indescribable feeling she gets from pursuing her dreams while also making a difference in her clients’ lives.

Unique Anderson is an entrepreneur and owner of Vertis Performance Training.